With CES 2018 just around the corner, we are happy to share the list of the top 15 smart devices, tablets, and gaming consoles of 2018, in order of importance.

We have rounded up our top 10 and a few of the highlights from each of the five top-ranked companies, including Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon.

With all of these devices, you can bet your bottom dollar on the next major gaming event.

With that said, let’s dive into the top-15.1.

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3, Samsung’s Galaxy S8, Asus’ Transformer Book T10, Apple’s Apple TV 11 and moreWe know it’s been a while since we’ve seen a top-tier device from Microsoft, but that’s not to say the company has not been making some impressive announcements at CES.

The Surface Pro series has been the flagship device for Microsoft since its inception, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store for the next-generation.

With the latest generation of the Surface Pro, Microsoft has brought back the laptop experience, but in a much better way.

The latest iteration of the laptop has a larger display, a new keyboard, and a new touchpad for more flexibility.

The keyboard also supports gesture typing, making typing more natural.

The display is now bigger, which makes the device more useful and useful for those who want to work from home, or at a coffee shop.

The laptop is a great value for a new user, and it’s definitely a better option for anyone who wants a high-performance laptop.2.

Samsung’s TransformerBook T10The Transformerbook T10 is one of the most interesting devices to come out of CES.

Samsung has released a number of devices at CES, including its own Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6, and S6 Edge.

The Transformer T10 has all of the same specs as the S7 and S7 Edge, but it has the unique Transformer branding.

The new device also has a smaller screen than the S8 and S8 Edge, and Samsung has also updated the display to 4K.

The design of the Transformer is also different from the S9, which has a more rounded design and a thinner bezel around the display.

The phone comes with an array of features, including wireless charging, fingerprint scanner, and wireless earphones.

The Galaxy S9 is Samsung’s most expensive phone, and the Transfertr is one the most impressive.

The device has a 5.5-inch 1080p display, an edge-to-edge design, and an all-metal construction.3.

Apple’s iPhone X, LG’s G6, Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, HTC’s flagship smartphone and moreAs we’ve mentioned before, there’s a new device on the block at CES every year, and LG’s flagship phone is no exception.

The LG G6 is one with a high quality display, good cameras, and one of Apple’s best cameras in the industry.

The G6 has an 18.5:9 screen, a curved design, a 4.5″ 1080p IPS display, and 8MP front and 8mp rear cameras.

The camera on the G6 includes a laser autofocus, phase detection autofocusing, and dual LED flash, while the front camera features an f/2.2 aperture, dual LED front-facing and an 8MP main camera.

This device is also available with 64GB of internal storage and 64GB SD card support.

LG also introduced the LG G5, which is the second generation of this flagship device.

The OLED screen on the LG 5 is the highest resolution available, but we’re not sure if the LG is the first to offer OLED panels.

The 5.3-inch display is larger than the G5 and features a 4:3 aspect ratio, which means you can fit a larger device in a smaller package.

LG’s camera has a 12MP front- and 4MP rear camera setup.

The cameras are powered by a Snapdragon 835 processor, which offers better low-light performance than the Snapdragon 816 on the S6 and S5.

It’s the second-generation Snapdragon 836, which also supports Dual Band 802.11ac Wi-Fi.4.

Apples iPhone XS, LGs G6S, Sonys PlayStation 4, Samsungs Galaxy Note5, HTCs flagship smartphoneAnd there are still plenty of other top-rated devices from companies like Apple, LG, Sony, and more.

If you want to get the latest from your favorite gaming brands, check out the following lists:1.

Asus’ ASUS Transformer Prime, Samsung Samsung Galaxy S5, Lenovo’s Galaxy Note 7, Asus Transformer Pro, Lenovo Transformer S6-series, Microsoft’s Xbox One X, Google’s Nexus 7, Microsofts